As Above So Below No3



As Above So Below #3

Technique: watercolour

Original Size: 34x24cm

detail 1

detail 2

from Marina Kanavaki series “As Above So Below” © 2012

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original post 29.05.2012 • 13:27


Description:

Inspired by the Oneness of “As Above So Below”,
A forest under a red sky, Above
and growing golden, Below.
Could this be a reflection or roots?
However seen, it is my imaginary forest
in search of its fulfillment.

Zooming in…
details from the painting. Click to view larger image
…this is where I discover tiny ‘strangers’ who invited themselves in!

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$165 / 145€

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“As Above So Below No3” © Marina Kanavaki – Framed

Original watercolor painting by Marina Kanavaki – Framed with mat • Dimensions: 33,5×43,5cm • Frame: Fibreboard, Foil • Front protection: Polystyrene plastic, Polyethylene • Passe-partout: Paper / white • Back panel: Wood-based panel • Value: Painting: $165 + Shipping: $33

$198.00

Please make sure to email me before purchasing any of my paintings, for further details and availability [there’s only one! 😉 ] anmar.graphic.art@gmail.com

UNFRAMED

$145 / 128€

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“As Above So Below No3” © Marina Kanavaki – Unframed

Original watercolor painting on paper, by Marina Kanavaki – Unframed with mat • Dimensions: 30,5×40,5cm • Passe-partout: Paper – white • Value: $145 + Shipping: $18

$163.00

Please make sure to email me before purchasing any of my paintings, for further details and availability [there’s only one! 😉 ] anmar.graphic.art@gmail.com

 


If you wish to know more about the painting [concept, price & availability] or if you see something you like that has sold, I am happy to paint something similar as a commission, please get in touch at anmar.graphic.art@gmail.com
My paintings are also available on art prints – framed or on canvas at Imagekind and specially designed on various everyday products at Society6[US] / Society6[Europe]

72 replies »

  1. You know, I keep wandering about your site, clicking almost randomly. And I always find more beautiful things to look at. And look at again.

  2. sooooo deep! I’m reading lots into this but won’t say unless I’ve got it COMPLETELY wrong! For me though, I love the fact that the ‘alive’ trees are coloured with a ‘bloody’ background whilst the ‘dead’ ones have a clear, calm, albeit it grey background. There’s lots there – would love to know what you were thinking when you did it!

    • I must say I really like your perspective, Ken! I very rarely reveal my thoughts, not because of a vice or something. 2 main reasons: 1. I don’t like to influence the viewer and 2. I’m not good with words! I can tell you that I was thinking of the many aspects within us creating a very unique whole [as above …] Thank you very very much for your wonderful comment.

      • I can understand both those points Marina! Yes, I can see what you say in the picture. It really is one to get you thinking – which is my favourite kind of artwork! For this reason, Munch, Bacon and Picasso are, for me, some of the greatest artists- because they make you think about their work. You did the same here 🙂

        • My favorite too, among others. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your comment and how happy it makes me, as I’ve always enjoyed paintings that make me think. To hear that my work does the same is …moving. Thank you, Ken.

  3. I hadn’t seen these. They are wonderful. The idea of “as above so below” provides a great vehicle for you. But it’s the colors and the grace that are so enchanting.

  4. Wow!! That red sky is very powerful! And the underground — or is it a reflection in a still pond — is so peaceful. Yeah, I can’t get this comment done because I keep scrolling back up to look at it!

    • First one was right! Underground or inside or however you wish to look at it… all part of one. Got your comment already and I’m very grateful for it! Thank you!

  5. Title terrific, watercolors never better; not always commenting but, certainly, always watching & liking your art; what’s the weather like in Athens?…

    • …and I’m very grateful for your kind words, Lindy. Thank you. It’s been rainy but I see a cloud free sky today. Nice and sunny, not too cold, not too warm. Just right! In your[?] country?

  6. SOooooooooooooooooooooooooo beautifullllllllllllll my dear……..wowowowowow…………..!!! Amazing …. most amazing…!

  7. LOVE the close up of the red and green forestry. It’s like holiday in the summer. LOVE! Keep on creating! You’re phenomenal as an artist. 😀

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